Modern theories of ecology, evolution and conservation biology share a core of concepts and techniques that span classical academic disciplines. This common core, coupled with the emergence of powerful new technologies, invites the kind of trans-disciplinary approach that generates many of today's most exciting scientific knowledge.
The EECB program's over-arching rationale is to give students the opportunity to develop their ideas in such a trans-disciplinary environment.
The EECB program provides opportunities for students in all of the traditional subdisciplines represented at UH.
- Use the unique opportunities that Hawai'i offers to integrate tropical population biology and natural history studies with modern laboratory techniques.
- Provide the interdisciplinary, conceptual, and technical training that will allow our graduates to participate inacademic and research programs in ecology, evolution, and conservation biology.
- Foster scholarly training in research programs involving expertise in ecology, evolution, and conservation biology.
Participating Graduate Programs
This intercollegiate, interdepartmental graduate program brings together students and faculty members from the following graduate programs (which may be housed in departments with a different title or be interdepartmental), which may all offer MS, MA or PhD degrees. The skills of the faculty and the diverse research technologies available support the training and opportunities graduate students need to contribute effectively to their research in the field of Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology.
Geography Marine Biology Microbiology Natural Resources and Environmental Management
Saunders Hall 445
Judy Lemus / Celia Smith
Snyder Hall 207
Sherman Lab 101
|Tropical Plant and Soil
Marine Science Bldg 307
St. John Laboratory 102
Edmondson Hall 417
Request complete details of the EECB program from the Chair, Dr. Cliff Morden: firstname.lastname@example.org
This page last modified 19 October 2016 by Rob Cowie